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Despite the drastic changes in TV-viewing habits in recent years, the major broadcast networks insist on rolling out dozens of new shows in early fall.

Fall A&E Preview: TV

August 27th, 2015

Despite the drastic changes in TV-viewing habits in recent years, the major broadcast networks insist on rolling out dozens of new shows in early fall.

  • From Johnny Depp in a gritty biopic to the retro-fueled insanity of Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin, fall films are ready to thrill.

  • Diary is based on Phoebe Gloeckner’s semi-autobiographical graphic novel and set in San Francisco in 1976.

  • A history lesson with occasional drama.

  • WAYF is set up like an EDM version of Entourage.

  • Exploring issues of race and gender in Eden.

  • At one time, it might have made sense for Owen Wilson to demonstrate his range by starring in a grimy thriller.

  • Stewart dives into his role with admirable gusto, but the show around him isn’t worthy of his talents.

  • It may be niche humor, but it fills that niche skillfully.

  • This relentlessly talky movie never quite justifies its existence.

  • The filmmakers put so much effort into creating badass moments that they lose sight of the core of the story.

  • Strong performances and a whole lot of cleverness and creativity from director Jon Watts.

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